TRURO, MA - AUGUST 12: A 'Recent Shark Sighting' sign is seen near where a colony of several hundred seals often rest on a sandbar at High Head Beach on Cape Cod on August 12, 2012 in Truro, Massachusetts. A man was confirmed to have been bitten by a great white shark less than two weeks ago in the ocean near the shoreline of Truro in Cape Cod. An increase in the seal population on Cape Cod has led to increased shark sightings including great whites. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

It’s finally starting to feel like Summer outside and with tourists flocking to destinations like Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket, it may seem like your biggest worry might be how long you’ll be sitting in traffic to Woods Hole.

Think again! It was only a matter of time, but alas, the sharks have arrived! We’re not just talking one shark. We’re talking enough sharks for you to count on both hands…larger than you and I combined.

Looks like we’ll be sticking to the pool this Summer.

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